Joomla! Explained: Your Step-by-Step Guide (Joomla! Press)
This book was written for my Dad and for people like you.
I teach Joomla! classes all across the United States and talk with people like
you who have tried to learn Joomla and other software.
They order books, watch videos, read online documentation, and go to
other classes. Many are frustrated and say the same...
Jenkins: The Definitive Guide
This book is aimed at relatively technical readers, though no prior experience with
Continuous Integration is assumed. You may be new to Continuous Integration, and
would like to learn about the benefits it can bring to your development team. Or, you
might be using Jenkins or Hudson already, and want to discover how you can...
PostGIS in Action
Whether you're canvassing a congressional district, managing a sales region, mapping city bus schedules, or analyzing local cancer rates, thinking spatially opens up limitless possibilities for database users. PostGIS, a freely available open-source spatial database extender, can help you answer questions that you could not answer using...
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science)
At least some people reading the title of this book may wonder why there should be one more book on the topic of Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD). The short answer to this question is that in our teaching of the subject for over a decade, we have not been able to find a suitable textbook on this topic at our respective...
REST API Design Rulebook
In today’s market, where rival web services compete for attention, a well-designed REST API is a must-have feature. This concise book presents a set of API design rules, drawn primarily from best practices that stick close to the Web’s REST architectural style. Along with rules for URI design and HTTP use, you’ll...
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